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Offline mike tesko

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View from vantage point of kitchen window
« on: December 12, 2010, 09:51:PM »
View from the vantage point of the kitchen window looking into the kitchen in the direction of the internal door though which the police would eventually enter the kitchen

If anyone was stood outside the kitchen window at whf, looking into the kitchen, trying to see what, if anything, was preventing the internal door from opening inwards, into the kitchen, they would not be able to see if anyone, or something was behind that door, because the angle would be too acute - that part of the kitchen is situated in a blind spot, and you would not be able to tell if someone was sitting on a wooden chair behind that door from the vantage point of the kitchen window...

Once the police smashed down the external door that allowed them access into the farmhouse, they were prevented from entering the kitchen directly, because there was something heavy behind the internal door that was preventing them from doing so...

That something, was Ralph Bamber, who was sat there on a wooden chair...

There is no way that anyone who had been standing at the kitchen window looking inwards, could have mistakenly identified Ralph's body, for that of a dead female, as alleged by PC Collins...

Do not be fooled by the tactics, which Essex police have, and are, adopting - PC Collins could not have seen Ralph's body, and mistaken it for a dead female. PC Collins saw a female body behind the door which led from the kitchen to the back pantry, and he has twisted his account to try and cover up for the fact that Sheila was originally found downstairs, wrongly presumed to be dead, and because she regained consciousness, and fled upstairs, where she was shot for a second time in the bedroom, and eventually died there...

View the internal doorway which led from the kitchen to the pantry / scullery where the body of a dead female was spotted from outside the kitchen window by PC Collins before armed police entered the building, at the following link:-

(1) http://www.flickr.com/photos/miketeskowski/5274658450/
(2) http://www.flickr.com/photos/miketeskowski/5274072919/
(3) http://www.flickr.com/photos/miketeskowski/5274680406/
(4) http://www.flickr.com/photos/miketeskowski/5255214617/

See all relevant photographs to this topic at the following link:-

(5) http://www.flickr.com/photos/miketeskowski/5255169209/in/set-72157625585274000/
« Last Edit: December 19, 2010, 05:46:PM by mike tesko »
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Re: View from vantage point of kitchen window
« Reply #1 on: December 12, 2010, 09:57:PM »
It took several minutes for the police to topple over Ralph's body behind the internal kitchen door, sending it sprawling in the direction of the aga

It was not until the police managed to topple over Ralph's body from the chair behind the internal kitchen door, at 7:37am, that police were able to confirm that they had found a dead male in the kitchen. This was quickly followed by a report that they had also found the body of one dead female in the kitchen, as well...

Minutes later, other radio messages passed from the scene, confirmed that two bodies had been found in the kitchen...

This in turn became part of a message passed from the control room to DS Davidson (SOC) that he was being requested to come into the office because police at whf were dealing with an incident, a murder and a suicide, by 7:45am...
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Re: View from vantage point of kitchen window
« Reply #2 on: December 12, 2010, 10:05:PM »
Dead Male, could not have been mistaken for a dead female, as alleged by PC Collins

If the truth of the matter is, that PC Collins looked through the kitchen window before the raid team smashed down the kitchen door, and he saw a body in front of the internal kitchen door which he mistakenly identified as a dead female, the reference to a dead female would have been made first in the police radio messages which were passed, followed by a second message, explaining that a mistake had been made, and that the body was that of a dead male, not a female...

But the radio messages describe finding a male body in the kitchen, before any reference to a female body also being found there - the words used do not imply that some sort of a mistake was made, but rather that there were two different bodies found downstairs in the kitchen, one a murder, and the other, a suicide...

Ralph's body was in front of the internal door through which the police had to pass in order to enter the kitchen, whereas, Sheila's body was behind the kitchen door that led to the pantry - situated directly across the room from where the kitchen window is situated.

See the location, behind the kitchen door where Sheila's body was originally found after she attempted to take her own life, downstairs:-

(1) http://www.flickr.com/photos/miketeskowski/5255169209/in/set-72157625585274000/
(2) http://www.flickr.com/photos/miketeskowski/5255214617/
« Last Edit: December 12, 2010, 10:27:PM by mike tesko »
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Re: View from vantage point of kitchen window
« Reply #3 on: December 19, 2010, 05:27:PM »
View through the connecting kitchen door leading into the pantry / scullery where the body of A dead female was first seen from the vantage point of being outside the kitchen window, as viewd by PC Collins

This is the doorway behind which PC Collins reported that he could see the body of a dead male, when he looked in through the kitchen window, prior to armed police forcing their way in by smashing down the external door:-
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